This is one of the most telling parts of the movie. I mean, this is a fourteen year old girl who has just been chased out of her home by a woman trying to kill her into an uncharted part of the woods, with no supplies and nowhere to go, and she’s ashamed of the fact she was noticeably upset instead of keeping her calm and cheerful demeanor. If even one of these things happened to me, I’d be too busy freaking out to have any concern for the fact I fight have frightened a rabbit or two. Still don’t understand how people can think she’s a weak princess. You go Snow White.
And the song she sings next (“With a Smile and a Song”) goes along with showing how strong she is. “There’s no use in grumbling when raindrops come tumbling, remember you’re the one who can fill the world with sunshine.” She realizes that she has to be able to make herself happy because she can’t trust anyone to do it for her. YOU have to take the initiative and decide to be happy. She understands that no one is going to coddle her and say “oh poor Snow White here let me give you things to make you happy blah blah blah”. And crying about it isn’t going to change the fact that it’s happening. I mean, no one can convince me this 14 year old girl isn’t smart or brave.
My SAT reading and writing scores
My math score
got a message saying ‘dont friendzone me?’
said ‘no problem i’m not even interested in friending you’
… okay for the a second I thought the smoldering elf in the back was fondling the dude.
Hard to keep a straight face under that kind of “pressure”.
This tiger cub wants to play with a little boy in a tiger costume!
Actually play, yes.
“At four months of age tiger cubs are about the size of a medium-sized dog and spend their day playing, pouncing and wrestling with siblings”